Woman charged over st albans attack appears in court
A woman charged over an attack on a taxi driver who allegedly assaulted his family and threatened him with a knife has been released without charge.
Key points: Man charged over fatal st albans attack on taxi driver has been released after being warned of violence
Police were called to the attack on a vehicle which had been parked outside the St Albans business where the man was attacked on January 13
Man also threatened with knife, but didn’t go to police
The driver 블랙 잭and his four children were left injured
The man has been warned not to drive a taxi while under investigation.
The incident happened outside a St Albans street where a man allegedly attacked his sister, mother, father and three children while waiting for a cab, before refusing to put him in the vehicle.
The driver said he couldn’t get out of the vehicle, even after putting the doors locked, because the man attacked him.
The man then struck the taxi driver in the head, leaving him dead.
Another driver, named as Richard Jones, told police the victim was hit about 20 times in 여수안마the head before being restrained by the driver’s five-year-old daughter.
At this stage, police were making a number of arrests.
While there was no footage of the violence, police officers saw the man, who was left lying motionless and covered in blood, with a pair of black glasses on.
Police described him as being extremely distraught when they searched his vehicle and the area where the attack took place.
He was later released from jail without charge and charged with aggravated wounding.
Police told the ABC he was an unlicensed driver and would have had to have a driving licence to go 인터넷 카지노out into the area.
In a statement, Detective Sergeant John Hutton from the St Albans Metropolitan Local Area Command said: “The investigation into this attack on the taxi driver is continuing.
“I would ask people to be respectful of the driver as he has been charged and if we need to contact you, that is when we will contact you.
“This happened very close to home and we are still investigating to see if we can follow up on a report of a potential threat.
“We appreciate the concern and concern for this matter that the driver had before he was assaulted.”
Anyone with information about the attack was asked to contact police on 13 24 482.